Food Intake with Chronic Energy Deficiency in Young Women in Public Senior High School 2 Pare, Kediri Regency

ASUPAN MAKAN DENGAN KEJADIAN KEK PADA REMAJA PUTRI DI SMAN 2 PARE KABUPATEN KEDIRI

Authors

  • Dwi Ertiana Dwi DE
  • Putri PSW

Keywords:

Eat intake, chronic energy deficiency, young women

Abstract

The period of rapid growth (grow spurt) in adolescents is very closely related to nutritional needs in adolescence with body size to high needs. Unbalanced food intake in adolescents will cause CED in adolescent girls. In adolescents still experiencing growth so that the nutritional needs of adolescents are relatively large. In young women, balanced nutrition is needed to determine the maturity of adolescents in  the future. Quantitative is a research design using a cross sectional approach with the focus of research directed to identify the relationship of food intake to chronic energy deficiency in class X teenage girls at  SMA N 2 Pare, Kediri Regency. The total sample of 123 respondents taken by  proportionate  random sampling technique. The results obtained from 123 respondents showed the number of respondents who experienced chronic energy deficiency events there were 18 respondents (14.7%) who experienced SEZ events. With a value of p value = 0.000 <? = 0.05 which means there is a relationship between the type of food intake and the incidence of SEZ in adolescent girls at SMAN 2 Pare Kediri Regency with a correlation coefficient of 0.395 which means it has an adequate relationship. Healthy behavior should be done by young women by maintaining food intake so as to avoid the occurrence of CED.

Published

2019-12-20

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